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Snooth User: Paul Elliott

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Posted by Paul Elliott, Jul 3, 2011.

sdefrt

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Reply by dmcker, Jul 3, 2011.

brilliant...

or not.

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Reply by Richard Foxall, Jul 3, 2011.

That wasn't like a bit.ly link in disguise or something, was it?

Okay, that's two more responses than this deserved. ;-) Gotta admit, I came here just because I saw that d was the responder and figured there must me some worthwhile content that I missed!

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Reply by dmcker, Jul 3, 2011.

OK Fox, do you want to notify GregDP that this is spam/inappropriate, or shall I?  ;-)

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Reply by Stephen Harvey, Jul 3, 2011.

Curiosity can be dangerous, I googled sdefrt and it is a persons name.

Probably useless information!!

Further useless information is that e3rf appears to be a motor scooter!!

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Reply by Richard Foxall, Jul 3, 2011.

Well, that beats me, I had no idea what it was... a cat walking across the keyboard, a kid squiriming in dad's lap. 

Whatever it is, it didn't pass the Turing test.  I wasn't fooled into thinking it was human. ;-)

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Reply by Gregory Dal Piaz, Jul 4, 2011.

sdfeefae

 

See I can do it to. A classic, is this working? test.

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Reply by Stephen Harvey, Jul 5, 2011.

http://keskuselu.suomi24.fi

Apparently GregDP you have some Finnish Acencestry and a Samsung fettish

 

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Reply by Paul Elliott, Jul 5, 2011.

For those wondering.  I am new to this wine site and was just trying to decifer how to get info/evaluations on certain wine I purchase at recycle auctions here in Japan.  The one auction, in particular, is primarily selling recycled Japanese furniture, Japan Taisho Period, but occasionally authentic Japanese antique iterms show up, the purpose for going, since I am an American in  Japan having been in the antique business here for some 40 odd years.  I accidently hit the keyboard and sent out e3rf out.  Not a motor scooter or SPAM.  In Japan, just about everything can end up at recycle auctions, not the real antique auctions.  Much of it, like wine, being items received during two gift giving seasons in  Japan, which, in many cases recipients have no desire for.  So, much of the wine, not all of it, ends up with me with prices, which I feel are a give-away.  Not sure, if the wine has been stored properly over the years, but I have not been too concerned. Always a good selection of French, Italian, Spain, Austrailia, New Zealand, Portugal, Argentian, U.S., you name it, some dating back to the eighties.  The last auction, about 80 bottles showed up, an amount very unusual. Normaly, when they do show up, just a few bottles, plus brandy, scotch, etc., which I dont buy.  This time, ended up with about 14 bottles.  Picked thru 7 or eight cardboard boxes, picking what I thought was the best available, ending up with about half French and Italian red wines.  Try to get as many red, my favorite, as possible, but no choice, so just buy it all.  Not an expert on wine, probably the reason I have not experience a bad one yet! Currently have about 250 bottles which will take some time to consume, if I last that long.  Going on 80!  Was trying to get an evaluation on some of the ones I have bought, especially the French reds.  Maybe not important, but nice to know what I am putting down, good or bad.  With more information, might hold back on some of them before drinking, or enjoy with friends visiting from the the U.S.  Saw something on the site giving evaluations but then lost it probably hitting the wrong button, not being computer literate. Probably need some help figuring this thing out.   

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Reply by sparks1093, Jul 5, 2011.

Trying to figure out a new website is part of the fun.

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Reply by dmcker, Jul 5, 2011.

Paul, I'm in Tokyo, too. Would be happy to meet and go through what you have if we can arrive at a time of mutual convenience...

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Reply by Paul Elliott, Jul 10, 2011.

Sorry for the delayed reply.  Had trouble getting a new password.  Been busy with shows and a couple of auctions. Even bought three more wines, not that I needed anymore, three French, one Italian, and even a U.S. one, Paws, whatever that is.  Maybe you can help me with what I can do with it all! Certainly too much too drink, or is it?  I am available almost daily, except on auction or show days.  Live in Yamato-shi , 25 minutes to Yamato Station on the Sotetsu Line, or about 40 minutes from Shinjuku on the Odakyu Line.  Driving on the Tomei, from the entrance, about 30 minutes.  If it is worth your time to visit, can make arrangements to meet any place. My Keitai is 080-3504-8833.  Give me a call.  Sounds like you are an expert on wine, so maybe I can learn something!

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Reply by dmcker, Jul 10, 2011.

Paul, if you have your wines in some kind of computerized document, anyway to see those? I'll PM you about the details...


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